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How do you block input in a GUICtrlCreateCombo?

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schilbiz

I have a list of computer names that I want to use in a GUICtrlCreateCombo but I do not want the users to have access to the servers; so I would like to either exclude them from the dropdown list and not allow the user to type any information into the combo box, or somehow disable several specific server names from being typed in.

I imagined it would be something to do with GuiCtrlSetData but have not found anything that points me in the correct direction yet.

Also is there a way to have a list of usernames in the GUICtrlCreateCombo that pertain to a computer and would populate the combo box upon selecting the name?

Any help would be appreciated,

Code snippet:

$L_Username = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Use the down arrow to select a Computer.", 15, 35, 220, 32, $SS_SUNKEN)
GUICtrlSetFont($L_Username, 9, 400, "", "Times New Roman")
$I_User = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 80, 220, 21)
GUICtrlSetData(-1,"computer1|computer2|computer3|etc")

$L_EndProcess = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Use the down arrow to select a Process.", 15, 150, 220, 32, $SS_SUNKEN)
GUICtrlSetFont($L_EndProcess, 9, 400, "", "Times New Roman")
$I_Process = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 195, 220, 21)
GUICtrlSetData(-1,"excel.exe|outlook.exe|winlogon.exe")
Edited by schilbiz

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Danny35d

not allow the user to type any information into the combo box

$CBS_DROPDOWNLIST

Ex:

$I_User = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 80, 220, 21, $CBS_DROPDOWNLIST)
$I_Process = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 195, 220, 21, $CBS_DROPDOWNLIST)

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I have a list of computer names that I want to use in a GUICtrlCreateCombo but I do not want the users to have access to the servers; so I would like to either exclude them from the dropdown list and not allow the user to type any information into the combo box, or somehow disable several specific server names from being typed in.

I imagined it would be something to do with GuiCtrlSetData but have not found anything that points me in the correct direction yet.

Also is there a way to have a list of usernames in the GUICtrlCreateCombo that pertain to a computer and would populate the combo box upon selecting the name?

Any help would be appreciated,

Code snippet:

$L_Username = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Use the down arrow to select a Computer.", 15, 35, 220, 32, $SS_SUNKEN)
GUICtrlSetFont($L_Username, 9, 400, "", "Times New Roman")
$I_User = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 80, 220, 21)
GUICtrlSetData(-1,"computer1|computer2|computer3|etc")

$L_EndProcess = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Use the down arrow to select a Process.", 15, 150, 220, 32, $SS_SUNKEN)
GUICtrlSetFont($L_EndProcess, 9, 400, "", "Times New Roman")
$I_Process = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 15, 195, 220, 21)
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schilbiz

Okay thanks guys! I understand both of those suggestions and how to implement them.

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